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I have no idea what funding you have set aside for this and how often you would need to use video conferencing. I own a small business as well and we use skype. It is for free and can also be used on your smart phone. Most of our clients are local so we don't use it as much.
What does everyone else use?
Google Hangouts is another good option if you have a Google account. If you are using Google Apps for business as a secure infrastructure solution; Google Hangouts through Google+ is an option. So far, from a start-up/small business standpoint, Google Apps for business and anymeeting.com has been an excellent method to access internal business functions, a good external/internal collaboration tool, and web conferencing via anymeeting.com is affordable and easy to use.
If you are in need of a project management tool, podio.com is a great way to create projects, assign tasks and interface Google Apps and the social media you may be using to get your business public visibility.
Thank you for offering that great information. I am sure many of our members will benefit from it!
Here is great video communication kit that will cover pretty much all your video communication needs.
Company delivers great value! We use it for about an year and can't be happier with the products.
I've been using webinars and teleconferencing systems since 1998. I list the ones I'm using or testing at www.ElevatingYourBusiness.com/favorites/telephone.html
I have not used or even tested GoogleHangout. I just hear about so many problems, that it's not worth my time (at this point), but it's on my radar.